I dont think that is possible. It runs under in a few seconds in my local and also, in the next successful run that happened after this failed test run.
The dots dont run continuously to tell if it is running or not.
It prints a dot, or a letter (such as
E for error,
F for fail).
You can read more about here.
In my case, it does this:
test_cases.py:TestCase.test_list ... Too long with no output (exceeded 10m0s)
More Info: Test run was failing in
CircleCi 1.0, with a different test case. After which I migrated to 2.0, which ran smoothly for about a month and then it again started to fail and now its fine again.